camera-less photography: creating one-off unique pieces of beauty, of traces, memories and impressions

lushlight: “ Adam Fuss From the series ‘My Ghost’ 1999 (Birds in Flight) 1999 Gelatin-silver print photogram Shadow Catchers at the V&A (camera-less photographs) Thank you Yama ”

Floris Neusüss, Image was created by placing photographic paper in a garden at night during a rainstorm, exposed by lightning

likeafieldmouse: “ Floris Neussus - Gewitterbild, Kassel - Cameraless photograph, laid on the ground in a rainstorm, exposed by lightning ”

Photographer Klea McKenna captures rain without a camera. Her photograms are created using only photographic paper, rain, and light.

Photographer Captures Rain Using Only Photo Paper and Light

The value created by the texture of the rain caught my eye. Photographer Klea McKenna captures rain without a camera. Her photograms are created using only photographic paper, rain, and light.

Untitled (Dress) from Adam Fuss' My Ghost series, 1997. Unique gelatin silver photogram. Photo via Nomenus Quarterly...

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László Moholy-Nagy : Photograms

László Moholy-Nagy : Photograms

Photogram Artist: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Completion Date: 1939 Style: Dada Genre: photo Technique: photogram

This piece is by Susan Derges which is created by placing photographic sheets into rivers and using the moon and a flash light as her exposure. By using the night landscape she is able to use camera-less photography, and for it to broaden up outcomes, as it becomes a element of surprise seeing what she's created. I really like how the light is low and mysterious.

caption align=alignnone caption=Observer and Observed Susan Derges, an English artist born in originally trained as a painter before focuss

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